Is fear holding you back from becoming your best self? Does it add stress to your day and keep you up at night? What could be different if you let go and started living brave today? Read more...
Is fear holding you back from becoming your best self? Does it add stress to your day and keep you up at night? What could be different if you let go and started living brave today?
Bravery doesn't have to mean cliff diving out of your comfort zone. Life is about being brave enough--for yourself, for God, for your tasks, and for your calling--right where He's placed you. A brave-enough life is one lived fully and confidently, with your shoulders relaxed and free from the weight of responsibility and the burden of trying too hard.
Nicole Unice, author of She's Got Issues, wants that life to become a reality for you. She challenges you to get real about where you are right now--the places where you feel too scared to change, too tired to endure, or too worried to let go. Through personal stories and practical application, Nicole will lead you on a journey to harness all of your misspent doubts, concerns, and fears--and discover what God is saying about who you can be. Don't miss the companion Brave Enough DVD Group Experience (UPC 031809201381)
- ISBN-13: 9781496401366
- ISBN-10: 1496401360
- Publisher: Tyndale Momentum
- Publish Date: August 2015
- Page Count: 240
- Dimensions: 8.4 x 5.8 x 0.7 inches
- Shipping Weight: 0.5 pounds
Publishers Weekly® Reviews
- Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
- Review Date: 2015-08-10
- Reviewer: Staff
Blogger, counselor, and ministry leader Unice (She's Got Issues) addresses unsung heroes and everyday bravery in her new book. Writing directly to female readers, Unice encourages women to be "brave enough" to handle life's big and small challenges. Two chapters deal specifically with grace. "Brave enough women take grace seriously," she writes, to have grace, one must "approach conflict with love and gentleness." Unice also discusses the importance of courage in tackling life's difficulties. She believes that "facing our limits—our own ‘enough'—often means facing our greatest fears." In all cases, Unice supports her advice with real-life stories and a generous amount of scripture verses. Each chapter ends with a "Brave Enough Pause," consisting of "Our Daily Brave," a challenge to the reader to apply the teachings in the chapter to everyday life, and "Pray," a prayer to end the chapter in conversation with God. Women dealing with situational anxiety or everyday fears will find encouragement and validation in this book. Those who have deeper fears or challenges may be in need of more stringent words of advice. (Aug.)